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California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Healthcare Page

Sacramento Covered: (866) 850-4321

Health Services

Free Health Clinics

Sacramento County Department of Health Services 

Dental Service Resources

Sacramento County Public Health Hotline -Sacramento County Public Health has a COVID-19 hotline available at (916) 875-2400 for Sacramento County residents.

Sacramento Area Community Immunization ClinicsDownload Flyer

Staying Safe & Getting Vaccinated During the Pandemic

Mobile Testing Site Open to Public (Updated 5/6/20) - Anyone 18 years or older living in Sacramento County can now ​get tested for COVID-19 simply by completing the screening survey. Once the screener is completed, participants will be eligible for an appointment at the Mobile Testing Site at Cal Expo. It is no longer symptom driven. This testing is free. Website:

Mental Health, Crisis or Emergency

SCUSD Connect Center

SCUSD Student Support Centers

Supporting the Safety and Well-being of Children and Families during COVID-19

SAMHSA – Disaster Distress Helpline: (800) 985-5990; 24/7, 365-day-a-year, national hotline dedicated to providing immediate crisis counseling for people who are experiencing emotional distress related to any natural or human-caused disaster. 

Sacramento County ​Suicide Prevention Crisis Hotline: 24hrs/7days; (916) 368-3111

Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741741

The Source: crisis support for youth under 21 & their caregivers. Call or text 916-SUPPORT (787-7678); 24hrs/7days 

Mental Health Urgent Care: (916) 520-2460

Sacramento Crisis Nursery: (800) 780-2294

Family Justice Center: (916) 875-4673

Community for Peace:  (916) 728-7210

WEAVE: (916) 920-2952

Affordable Counseling

Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Resource List

Bike and Pedestrian Safety Newsletter

May is National Bike Safety Month! Here are some important safety tips for families.